had a busier July than normal with 444 sales in the month, making it the second-highest July in the past ten years; the highest was in 2013 when there were 462.
The ratio of the number of sales to new listings increased to 48 per cent for the month, up from 45 per cent in June.
The number of days to sell increased to 52 from 38 a year earlier.
The Saskatoon Region Association of Realtors says that the average price for a home in the city continued to remain virtually unchanged at $357,304, while the median price continued to move downward for the third straight month to $343,000.
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